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Masai Dreaming, Paperback / softback Book

Masai Dreaming Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


* WINNER OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN M-NET LITERARY AWARD *A tale of deception, misunderstanding, and betrayal set between modern-day Africa and Nazi-occupied France. Haunted by his dreams of the Masai, Tim Curtiz journeys to East Africa to research and write a screenplay about the enigmatic Claudia Cohn-Casson, a French anthropologist who studied the Masai in the late 1930s and was then deported to Auschwitz upon her return to Paris. 'It is like a little death to put this book down' Times Literary Supplement


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